Director: Pakphum Wonjinda
Plot: "Nida is a single mother who takes care of her anti-social son who has locked himself in his room for five years. The only way to communicate with her son is to write on a piece of paper and slip it under the door. But, when outsiders start to get curious about what is going on behind the door of her son’s room, a series of terrible events starts to happen."
I am really not sure what to say about this movie. I didn't really completely enjoy this movie, but it wasn't the worst I have seen. I think I might have turned this movie off, if it wasn't for curiosity. I really did want to know what was going on with Ton and why he never came out of his room. From the beginning, I had a feeling that something was going on. Which of course I was quite right about. I just hadn't figured out that sort of ending. I guess I kind of seen that ending coming, but not the extent that it was. I mean did we really need Gollum from Lord of the Rings thrown in there. Okay, I want say anymore about that.
If I am right about what happened with the girl's story, I feel kind of sorry for her. For starters, having allergies like she did had to be quite hard. Especially when her mother had her so secluded she wasn't even supposed to stand by the window. I understand it could be dangerous for her, but what kind of life could she have like that.
I was kind of interested in the whole idea of the power of the mind. It is rather interesting to think about how much our minds can really do. I have always been interested in psychology and all. It just fascinates me the things that our mind can actually cause us to really believe. By this I mean such delusions or even dreams that seem so real, it is hard to believe that they're not.
I wouldn't really suggest this movie, but I do think that it isn't a complete waste of time. This movie is just one for the curious, and like I have said before, for those with nothing else to do. If you have the opportunity, I would suggest many other movies before this one.